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Plot and action happen as Jen continues being a doctor and exploring her magic. The action takes a little longer to get going than the plot (about half-way through before it really picks up). The writer delivers again with her realistic medical scenarios and it isn't just limited to medical procedures. She doesn't neglect world-building as Jen crosses over the Veil and encounters new realms and threats. Finally, Kate's fate is revealed instead of being just a hanging thread.
I like Jen. She's down to earth, has to work at being a good doctor, and is not always satisfied with her lack of power as a hedgemage. She's not all powerful and perfect. But she still can be a hero as a doctor and by using her own unique power very well.
The writing is well done and the flow of the story is smooth. I love some of the small details in the magical world like Darvish having a hard time adjusting to the way time moves in this world vs. across the Veil. I wish that the writer had addressed Jen being a full vampire familiar more. What exactly does the vampire get out of it? Why didn't he try to convince her to take this step earlier when she was in danger? How did Kate get in contact with Jen? Well, hopefully some of these questions will be answered next book.